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This is a chronological listing of the United States Senators from New Jersey.

United States Senators are popularly elected, for a six year term, beginning January 3. Elections are held the first Tuesday after November 1. Before 1914, they were chosen by the New Jersey Legislature, and before 1935, their terms began March 4.

New Jersey Class 1 Senators

Class 1 U.S. Senators belong to the electoral cycle that were elected for one session of the U.S. Congress in the first election of 1788 and whose seats in recent years are contested in 1994, 2000, 2006, and 2012.

# Senator Took office Left office Party Residence Background Congress Term
1 Jonathan Elmer March 4, 1789 March 3, 1791 Pro-Administration Bridgetonmarker Delegate to the Continental Congress 1 1
2 John Rutherfurd March 4, 1791 December 5, 1798 Federalist Allamuchymarker New Jersey General Assembly 2 2
3
4
5 3
3 Franklin Davenport December 5, 1798 March 3, 1799 Federalist Woodburymarker New Jersey General Assembly
4 James Schureman March 4, 1799 February 16, 1801 Federalist New Brunswickmarker U.S. Representative 6
5 Aaron Ogden February 28, 1801 March 3, 1803 Federalist Elizabethmarker Lawyer
7
Vacant March 3, 1803 September 1, 1803 8 4
6 John Condit September 1, 1803 March 3, 1809 Democratic-Republican Orangemarker U.S. Representative
9
10
7 John Lambert March 4, 1809 March 3, 1815 Democratic-Republican Lambertvillemarker U.S. Representative At-large 11 5
12
13
8 James J. Wilson March 4, 1815 January 8, 1821 Democratic-Republican Newarkmarker Newspaper Publisher 14 6
15
16
9 Samuel L. Southard January 26, 1821 March 3, 1823 Democratic-Republican Trentonmarker Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Courtmarker
17 7
Vacant March 4, 1823 November 12, 1823 18
10 Joseph McIlvaine November 12, 1823 August 19, 1826 National Republican Burlingtonmarker U.S. District Attorney for New Jersey
19
11 Ephraim Bateman November 10, 1826 January 12, 1829 National Republican Cedarvillemarker U.S. Representative At-large
20 8
12 Mahlon Dickerson January 30, 1829 March 3, 1833 Jacksonian Succasunnamarker U.S. Senator
21
22
13 Samuel L. Southard March 4, 1833 June 26, 1842 Whig Trentonmarker Governor of New Jersey 23 9
24
25
26 10
27
14 William L. Dayton July 2, 1842 March 3, 1851 Whig Trentonmarker Associate Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Courtmarker
28
29 11
30
31
15 Robert F. Stockton March 4, 1851 January 10, 1853 Democrat Princetonmarker U.S. Navy Commodore 32 12
16 John Renshaw Thomson March 4, 1853 September 12, 1862 Democrat Princetonmarker Railroad Executive 33
34
35 13
36
37
17 Richard Stockton Field November 21, 1862 January 14, 1863 Republican Princetonmarker Attorney General of New Jersey
18 James Walter Wall January 14, 1863 March 3, 1863 Democrat Burlingtonmarker Mayor of Burlingtonmarker
19 William Wright March 4, 1863 November 1, 1866 Democrat Newarkmarker U.S. Senator 38 14
39
20 Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen November 12, 1866 March 3, 1869 Republican Newarkmarker Attorney General of New Jersey
40
21 John P. Stockton March 4, 1869 March 3, 1875 Democrat Trentonmarker U.S. Senator 41 15
42
43
22 Theodore Fitz Randolph March 4, 1875 March 3, 1881 Democrat Morristownmarker Governor of New Jersey 44 16
45
46
23 William Joyce Sewell March 4, 1881 March 3, 1887 Republican Camdenmarker President of the New Jersey Senate 47 17
48
49
24 Rufus Blodgett March 4, 1887 March 3, 1893 Democrat Long Branchmarker Railroad Executive 50 18
51
52
25 James Smith, Jr. March 4, 1893 March 3, 1899 Democrat Newarkmarker Newark Board of Aldermenmarker 53 19
54
55
26 John Kean March 4, 1899 March 3, 1911 Republican Elizabethmarker U.S. Representative 56 20
57
58
59 21
60
61
27 James Edgar Martine March 4, 1911 March 3, 1917 Democrat Plainfieldmarker Businessman 62 22
63
64
28 Joseph S. Frelinghuysen March 4, 1917 March 3, 1923 Republican Raritanmarker New Jersey Senate 65 23
66
67
29 Edward I. Edwards March 4, 1923 March 3, 1929 Democrat Jersey Citymarker Governor of New Jersey 68 24
69
70
30 Hamilton Fish Kean March 4, 1929 January 3, 1935 Republican Elizabethmarker Businessman 71 25
72
73
31 A. Harry Moore January 3, 1935 January 17, 1938 Democrat Jersey Citymarker Governor of New Jersey 74 26
75
32 John Gerald Milton January 18, 1938 November 8, 1938 Democrat Jersey Citymarker Lawyer
33 William Warren Barbour November 8, 1938 November 22, 1943 Republican Locustmarker U.S. Senator
76
77 27
78
34 Arthur Walsh November 26, 1943 December 7, 1944 Democrat South Orangemarker Commissioner of the Port of New York Authority
35 Howard Alexander Smith December 7, 1944 January 3, 1959 Republican Princetonmarker Lawyer
79
80 28
81
82
83 29
84
85
36 Harrison A. Williams January 3, 1959 March 11, 1982 Democrat Westfieldmarker/Bedminstermarker U.S. Representative 86 30
87
88
89 31
90
91
92 32
93
94
95 33
96
97
37 Nicholas F. Brady April 12, 1982 December 20, 1982 Republican Far Hillsmarker Banker
38 Frank Lautenberg December 27, 1982 January 3, 2001 Democrat Montclairmarker/Secaucusmarker/
Cliffside Parkmarker
Lawyer
98 34
99
100
101 35
102
103
104 36
105
106
39 Jon S. Corzine January 3, 2001 January 17, 2006 Democrat Summitmarker/Hobokenmarker Banker 107 37
108
109
40 Robert Menendez January 18, 2006 Incumbent Democrat Hobokenmarker U.S. Representative
110 38
111


New Jersey Class 2 Senators

Class 2 U.S. Senators belong to the electoral cycle that were elected for two sessions of the U.S. Congress in the first election of 1788 and whose seats in recent years are contested in 1996, 2002, 2008, and 2014.

# Senator Took office Left office Party Residence Background Congress Term
1 William Paterson March 4, 1789 November 13, 1790 Pro-Administration New Brunswickmarker Delegate to Constitutional Convention 1 1
2 Philemon Dickinson November 23, 1790 March 3, 1793 Pro-Administration Trentonmarker Delegate to the Continental Congress
2
3 Frederick Frelinghuysen March 4, 1793 November 12, 1796 Federalist Somerset Countymarker Soldier and Statesman 3 2
4
4 Richard Stockton November 12, 1796 March 3, 1799 Federalist Princetonmarker Lawyer
5
5 Jonathan Dayton March 4, 1799 March 3, 1805 Federalist Elizabethmarker Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives 6 3
7
8
6 Aaron Kitchell March 4, 1805 March 12, 1809 Democratic-Republican Hanovermarker U.S. Representative 9 4
10
11
7 John Condit March 21, 1809 March 3, 1817 Democratic-Republican Orangemarker U.S. Senator
12 5
13
14
8 Mahlon Dickerson March 4, 1817 January 30, 1829 Democratic-Republican Succasunnamarker Governor of New Jersey 15 6
16
17
18 7
19
20
9 Theodore Frelinghuysen March 4, 1829 March 3, 1835 National Republican Newarkmarker Attorney General of New Jersey 21 8
22
23
10 Garret D. Wall March 4, 1835 March 3, 1841 Democrat Burlingtonmarker U.S. District Attorney for New Jersey 24 9
25
26
11 Jacob W. Miller March 4, 1841 March 3, 1853 Whig Morristownmarker Lawyer 27 10
28
29
30 11
31
32
12 William Wright March 4, 1853 March 3, 1859 Democrat Newarkmarker U.S. Representative 33 12
34
35
13 John C. Ten Eyck March 4, 1859 March 3, 1865 Republican Mount Hollymarker Lawyer 36 13
37
38
14 John P. Stockton March 15, 1865 March 27, 1866 Democrat Trentonmarker Minister to the Papal States 39 14
Vacant March 27, 1866 September 19, 1866
15 Alexander G. Cattell September 19, 1866 March 3, 1871 Republican Camdenmarker Businessman
40
41
16 Frederick Theodore Frelinghuysen March 4, 1871 March 3, 1877 Republican Newarkmarker U.S. Senator 42 15
43
44
17 John R. McPherson March 4, 1877 March 3, 1895 Democrat Jersey Citymarker New Jersey Senate 45 16
46
47
48 17
49
50
51 18
52
53
18 William Joyce Sewell March 4, 1895 December 27, 1901 Republican Camdenmarker U.S. Senator 54 19
55
56
57 20
19 John F. Dryden January 29, 1902 March 3, 1907 Republican Newarkmarker Banker
58
59
20 Frank O. Briggs March 4, 1907 March 3, 1913 Republican Trentonmarker Treasurer of New Jersey 60 21
61
62
21 William Hughes March 4, 1913 January 30, 1918 Democrat Patersonmarker U.S. Representative 63 22
64
65
22 David Baird February 23, 1918 March 3, 1919 Republican Camdenmarker Businessman
23 Walter Evans Edge March 4, 1919 November 21, 1929 Republican Atlantic Citymarker Governor of New Jersey 66 23
67
68
69 24
70
71
24 David Baird, Jr. November 30, 1929 December 2, 1930 Republican Camdenmarker Businessman
25 Dwight Morrow December 3, 1930 October 5, 1931 Republican Englewoodmarker Ambassador to Mexico
72 25
26 William Warren Barbour December 1, 1931 January 3, 1937 Republican Locustmarker Businessman
73
74
27 William H. Smathers January 3, 1937 January 3, 1943 Democrat Atlantic Citymarker New Jersey Senate 75 26
76
77
27 Albert W. Hawkes January 3, 1943 January 3, 1949 Republican Montclairmarker Businessman 78 27
79
80
28 Robert C. Hendrickson January 3, 1949 January 2, 1955 Republican Woodburymarker Treasurer of New Jersey 81 28
82
83
29 Clifford P. Case January 3, 1955 January 3, 1979 Republican Rahwaymarker U.S. Representative 84 29
85
86
87 30
88
89
90 31
91
92
93 32
94
95
30 Bill Bradley January 3, 1979 January 3, 1997 Democrat Denvillemarker Athlete 96 33
97
98
99 34
100
101
102 35
103
104
31 Robert Torricelli January 3, 1997 January 3, 2003 Democratic Englewoodmarker U.S. Representative 105 36
106
107
32 Frank Lautenberg January 3, 2003 Incumbent Democratic Cliffside Parkmarker U.S. Senator 108 37
109
110
111 38


References

  1. The Senate declared the seat vacant on March 27, 1866, following a disputed election.
  2. Smathers was not sworn in until April 15, 1937, remaining until then a member of the state Senate.


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